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Re: directory under /usr/bin -- Ok or not?

well -- correct but ...

| http://www.pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.html#LIBLTQUALGTALTERNATEFORMATESSENTIAL
| /lib<qual> : Alternate format essential shared libraries (optional)
| Purpose
| There may be one or more variants of the /lib directory on systems which support more than one binary format requiring separate libraries. [14]
| Requirements
| If one or more of these directories exist, the requirements for their contents are the same as the normal /lib directory, except that /lib<qual>/cpp is not required. [15]

discussion about having /lib/libexec in Debian has happened around 5-6 years
ago and it was agreed just to dump everything under the universal dump --

On Thu, 03 Nov 2011, Simon McVittie wrote:
> > Isn't /usr/libexec for "internal use" exetutables?

> In the GNU coding standards and on Red Hat-based distributions, yes; in the
> FHS (and hence Debian), no. (libexec isn't specified by the FHS.)

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